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These three days

Maundy Thursday was the start of what is known as the Easter Triduum — triduum, which is Latin for “three days.” Three days, which include Good Friday and Holy Saturday, in which before we get to the joy of the resurrection, we are reminded how quick we are to betray, to cry “crucify him” and to sink into the depths of despair when we are left in the limbo of loss.

Unifying behind unity

A united church “shares the pain of all churches and lives the service-led, foot-washing life of Christ.”

Minute for Mission: World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation

“If we learn how to listen, we can hear in the voice of Creation a kind of dissonance. On the one hand, we can hear a sweet song in praise of our beloved Creator; on the other, an anguished plea, lamenting our mistreatment of this our common home.”

Faces of poverty in Ukraine

In 2020, the Parliamentary Committee on Social Policy reported a 42.4% poverty level among working Ukrainians.

Longtime pastor of Waldensian Presbyterian Church shares his love of church history

For more than a decade, the Rev. Dr. Kevin E. Frederick has been a leading figure in the Waldensian movement in the United States. On March 30, 2021, he will be retiring as pastor of the Waldensian Presbyterian Church in Valdese, North Carolina. The following interview, courtesy of the American Waldensian Society, is one of several interviews with Frederick that will be published between now and in March 2021.